Wednesday, August 5, 2015

PowerShell Tips : Minimize all Desktop Application using PowerShell.


In the pervious PowerShell Tip, we have seen that how can create a new empty PowerShell script on the fly.

Ok, today's tip is little bit exciting. Do you what happens when you press Windows Key + D ?

Yes, it, minimise everything. I was trying to achieve the same using PowerShell, and manage to do it. Smile 

Wanna know it? I can tell you, but you have to promise me a coffee ;o) .

It's simple we have to use the New-Object and need to add Shell.Application to a variable and then we need to run the MinimizeAll() method. Simple!

$a = New-Object -ComObject  Shell.Application



Aman Dhally - Manya Kaur

Try it now and have fun.

Aman Dhally Manya Kaur

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